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Artist Bruce Munro New Installation ‘CDSea’ Using 600,000 Unwanted CDs

WARMINSTER, UK - Bruce Munro installed his new artwork ‘CDSea’ in a field near Kilmington over the weekend, after his appeal to collect unwanted CDs from the general public netted him 600,000 discs for the installation. Munro’s...

Espace Dali Lends Mae West Sofa to the Pompidou Centre in...

PARIS.- Espace Dali in Paris, France’s only museum dedicated to Dali, has loaned the iconic Mae West Divano, created by the Catalan genius during the 1940’s, to be part of the ‘Dreamlands’ exhibition organised by the Pompidou Centre,...

Bruce Munro Installs CDSea at Long Knoll, Wiltshire

WARMINSTER.- Bruce Munro installed his new artwork ‘CDSea’ in a field near Kilmington over the weekend, after his appeal to collect unwanted CDs from the general public netted him 600,000 discs for the installation. Munro’s ‘CDSea&...

dOCUMENTA (13) Begins Its Activities by Planting a Tree in the...

KASSEK.- On June 21st, 2010, Giuseppe Penone's Idee di Pietra (Ideas of Stone) was inaugurated in the Karlsaue park in Kassel as the first artwork on the way to dOCUMENTA (13). At first sight a small cloud seems to be caught in the branches of a tree, ...

Artist Banksy’s Rat with Suitcase Stolen in Australia

MELBOURNE (REUTERS).- Thieves have stolen a valuable painting of a rat carrying a suitcase, by the anonymous British graffiti artist Banksy, from a meter box outside a house in the Australian city of Melbourne, police said on Thursday. Police said the ...

Frye Art Museum’s Summer Exhibitions Celebrate Alaskan Art

SEATTLE, WA.- The Frye Art Museum’s summer exhibitions celebrate the tenure of former Frye Director Ida Kay Greathouse, the role that Alaska played in the history of the Museum, and the artwork of Fred Machetanz, who captured the rugge...

Summer Exhibitions Celebrate Former Frye Director and Alaska Connection

SEATTLE, WA.- The Frye Art Museum’s summer exhibitions celebrate the tenure of former Frye Director Ida Kay Greathouse, the role that Alaska played in the history of the Museum, and the artwork of Fred Machetanz, who captured the rugged mountains ...

Economic Woes of Patrons Takes A Toll on Commissioned US Artwork

NEW YORK (REUTERS).- Economic woes have pinched the pockets of wealthy art patrons, but artists who rely on those commissions say they are surviving, albeit with more specialized works and smaller payoffs. In a time of tight budgets, commiss...

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